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Cheap Fares. United Airlines. flights from United Airport Hubs. $297-$310. Almost NO Limits on Dates. Domestic Flights.

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Fly from Newark to San Francisco - almost no limitations, now to next year from what I see in the calendar. Fridays flights too! for $297

Check out other United Airlines airport hubs.

I also did EWR to LAX for $294-$304 and no limitations either.

https://www.google.com/flights/


BONUS: Also forcing other airlines to match prices too! so NOT just United Airlines at some airports! Jet Blue is matching similar flights as well.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...-price-war
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Nice will check it out soon
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American Airlines executive Don Casey said its pricing strategy hasn't changed since mid-2015, when the company said it would match any fare in its hub airports, including those of ultra-low cost carriers.

"Our hubs are our most important strategic asset," said Casey, senior vice president of revenue management. "We're going to defend them all the time."

That's BS .... Just did a quick check of DFW-CUN, non-stops

Spirit beats them every day by a large $ margin.
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Your bloomberg link is pointing to google/flights
Thanks I'll fix it when I get a chance!
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$100 RT fares from NY to Chicago
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Chicago to Rapid City, SD is $507. Not a very slick deal!
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